Our humans were so happy to find out our genetic makeup and breed characteristics. Thanks Dog DNA!
The Canine Heritage™ XL Breed Test will give you a breakdown and breed analysis of approximately documented canine breeds.
There are many benefits of having the answers to the mystery that is your mixed breed dog. Some of the benefits of knowing your dogs genetic makeup are:
Simply follow the provided directions, included with the Canine Heritage™ kit, place the swab in the packaging along with your submission form and drop in a mail box. Make sure to write down your XL test number!
In approximately 2 - 4 weeks, results will be sent back to you in the form of a frame quality Certificate of DNA Breed Analysis. If you provide a digital photo of your pet, it will also be printed on the certificate at no extra charge.
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Along iwth a fast turn around, our dog DNA test collection process is simple — no visit to the veterinarian and no drawing of blood. Our painless process involves a quick cheek swab in the comfort of YOUR dog house.
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Approximately 75 million dogs have humans in the United States. 10% of those dogs were rescued from a shelter with little or no known history.
The top 10 dog names of 2011 were: Bella, Max, Buddy, Daisy, Bailey, Lucy, Molly, Coco, Charlie and Rocky. Source: Banfield Pet Hospital
The list of most unusual names for 2011 include: Almost-A-Dog, Franco Furter, Stinky McStinkerson, Sir Seamus McPoop, Audrey Shepburn, Dewey Deimell, Knuckles Capone, Beagle Lugosi, Shooter McLovin, Uzi Duzi Du. Source: VIP Pet Insurance
"I am so grateful that the Canine Heritage™ Breed Test has hit the market! It is such a valuable tool in my practice because, in addition to helping me with potential health and wellness issues, it can shed light on the behavior of a specific animal and assist in the delicate balance of placing the right dog with the right owner."
Dr. Karen Halligan, DVM
Dir. of Veterinary Services, spcaLA
Doc Halligan's What Every Pet Owner Should Know: Prescriptions for Happy, Healthy Cats and Dogs